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Site URL: http://www.meetbrighid.com I'm wondering if anyone out there has managed to do a bit of custom coding that would allow the tag-cloud to pull from multiple sources? My website is a personal portfolio, and I'd like to be able to tag the different photos under each project, but then when you click, say, "branding" in the tag-cloud beneath the project, see a gallery of all projects that have the same "branding" tag, not just photos within that one project. Right now, when you use a tag-cloud block, it only lets you select one page/gallery/etc to pull tags from. I'd love it if ther
Site URL: http://www.agorapartners.com/portfolio I'm in quite the rut, and don't know where to look for solutions... I'm building out a website for an urban planning firm, and we are trying to have a projects page where each project can be clicked to have it's own page, and most importantly, there are tags below each thumbnail that showcase the type of work (e.g. real estate, programming, development). Currently using the York template (7.0 Version). I originally had the Margot template and used a Gallery Page to allow me to create tags as well as a tag cloud, but we didn't like ho
Does anyone know how I can add a custom delimiter or additional space between tags within a Tag Cloud block? This would be helpful since some of our tags are more than one word and used in the footer of our site. Thank you in advance!
Site URL: https://www.iletaitunefleurartisan.com/shop Hi At present, it's not possible to rearrange the order of category listings along the side of the page, as they'll always appear in alphabetical order by default. So I added a "—" to separate my travels categories from the accessories. Then I decided to separate my menu in 2 "filters" to separate in a different way all my travel names (— PARIS). So i created a "Cloud Tag" by Category in the top and I let the "in this built-in category navigation" on the left. What I would like to know how to do is : - To hide from the lef